Are you wearing your mask multiple times and not washing it? You could be causing more harm than good. Learn how to clean up your act with helpful tips from a family medicine physician.
Can wearing masks hurt our health like those social media posts and memes say? Get the short answer from a pulmonologist.
If you have an anxiety disorder, it might be overwhelming to wear a mask. Learn more about mask anxiety and how you can work through it.
A new study sheds light on what masks work better at preventing the spread of respiratory droplets.
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When it comes to having a conversation with someone who doesn’t want to wear a mask, some of us might be at a loss for words. But a healthcare provider’s knowledge and experience can speak volumes. Find out how one doctor overcomes objections to wearing a mask.
Looking for ways to keep your child excited about wearing a face mask? Get a few helpful ideas from pediatric psychologist, Emily Mudd, PhD.
Wearing a cloth mask to prevent the spread of COVID-19 when it’s hot outside can feel stuffy and humid, but experts say it’s generally not dangerous to your health. Here’s how to stay cool and safe.
Face shields have been popping up more and more these days as people are trying to find alternatives to masks. But do they offer effective protection against the coronavirus? Get the bigger picture from a pediatric infectious disease specialist.
Have you been seeing more breakouts since you started wearing your mask? You’re not alone. Find out what causes maskne and how you can help prevent it.
If you’re driving by yourself in your car, a mask isn’t necessary. But there are a few scenarios in which wearing a mask in the car makes sense to help protect others during the coronavirus pandemic. Learn what they are.